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Signs of the Final Harvest

Ayaan Hirsi Ali has publicly stated that she is a Christian. Born in Somalia, Ali was a Muslim, but became a strong critic of Islam and later became a central […]

Does the Bible Really Say “That”?

The New Covenant Provides Contemporary Wisdom Capital punishment for homosexuality has been implemented by a number of countries. The death penalty remains a legal punishment for homosexuality in several countries […]

The Abrahamic Covenant: Obedience and Faithfulness

 FIFTH IN A SERIES In the preceding four issues, my column has been devoted to the major theological and doctrinal matters involving Abraham, especially the Abrahamic Covenant and its bearing […]

Trampling the Abrahamic Covenant

The Bloody Trail of  “Christian” Anti-Semitism THIRD IN A SERIES One of my early mentors, Ernie Reisinger, loved to read and study the writings of the old-school theologians, and also […]

Ministering At Home To ‘The Captives’

Jesus came to set the captives free. “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me,” Jesus said in Luke 4:18, “because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to […]

90 Years: SWRC Ever Looking Ahead

Southwest Radio Church of the Air began in April 1933, when Dr. E. F. Webber, pastor of a local church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, preached a prophetic message over local […]

Millennial Temple Veiled in Mystery

There have been a number of Bible commentators who have come up with elaborate ideas allegedly proving that Ezekiel’s Temple, described in chapters 40–48 of his book, is not a […]

Abraham: The Man and the Covenant

FIRST IN A SERIES As a young Christian, more than fifty years ago, I knew that Abraham was a key figure in the Bible. He is an example of justification […]

Does It Matter For Whom Christ Died?

In Vacation Bible School and in summer camps teachers and kids alike love to sing, “Jesus Loves the Little Children, All the Children of the World.” But did you know […]

Don’t miss the boat

“But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.”  Daniel […]

When Winning Is Not Enough—Part II

“This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased; hear ye him” (Matt. 17:5).  These words from the Father are His endorsement of the Son’s words. The scene […]

An Open Letter to President Vladimir Putin

 Dear President Vladimir Putin:  The world has heard that you are threatening to use nuclear weapons in the war against Ukraine. The news headlines show that many nations are taking […]

When Winning Is Not Enough—Part I

Matthew chapters 5–7 provide us with Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. Can we learn anything about living in the modern world from the Sermon on the Mount? Could it be […]

Christians resisting woke cultural shift

America is in the process of destroying itself. In 1940 the top leading problems in schools were talking out of turn, chewing gum, making noise,  running in the halls, cutting […]

Loving the Way Jesus Loved

“Jesus beholding him loved him” —Mark 10:21 The Bible has the amazing ability to help people who are walking with Jesus to walk a little closer to Him. I am […]